A San Francisco non-profit foundation that provides service dogs to veterans is facing allegations of fraud. Da Lin tells us the organization's founder is accused of taking advantage of dog lovers and their desire to help veterans.

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SF Non-Profit Facing Allegations Of Fraud, Improper Training Of Service Dogs For VeteransA San Francisco non-profit foundation that provides service dogs to veterans is facing allegations of fraud. Da Lin tells us the organization's founder is accused of taking advantage of dog lovers and their desire to help veterans.
SF Couple Stranded In New Zealand By Covid Reunites With Family DogsA San Francisco couple that got stranded in New Zealand due to coronavirus restrictions has been reunited with their dogs, Whiskey and Waffles after living nearly 10 months apart. Joe Vazquez reports.
Friendly Baby Deer Keeps Coming Back To Sacramento NeighborhoodA baby deer can't seem to stay away from a Sacramento neighborhood. Rachel Wulff tells us wildlife officials moved the friendly doe last month, but she came back.
Dog Trainer Reacts to Video of Vacaville Officer Who Punched K-9 PartnerJohn Ramos has reaction from a professional dog trainer and the SPCA to video showing a Vacaville police handler punching a K-9 trainee in the head. (1-2-21)
COVID: Pandemic Brings Puppy Shortage This Holiday SeasonIf all you wanted for Christmas is a puppy then you might be out of luck, this year, because there is a puppy shortage during this pandemic. But Andrea Nakano shows us it all depends on where you look.
Sacramento Woman Reunites With Lost Dog Found 6 Years Later 1000 Miles AwaySix years and a thousand miles in the making, a Sacramento woman reunited with her lost dog. Ryan Hill reports she never gave up hope.
'Ride Out To Vote' Delivers Ballots By Horseback To Alameda Co. Courthouse''Ride Out To Vote' trotted down the streets of Oakland to drop off their ballots on horseback at the Alameda County Courthouse on Monday, as part of a movement to encourage people to vote any way they can.
2 Stolen Dogs Reunited With Owner, Suspect Arrested at Mission District Homeless CampThe owner of two French bulldog puppies -- stolen from his San Francisco home -- has offically been reunited with both his missing dogs. Da Lin reports (10-18-20)
1 of 2 Stolen Dogs Found, Suspect Arrested at SF Mission District Homeless CampSan Francisco police arrested a suspect in a bizzare dog-napping case. One very pricey puppy has been reunited with her owner but the search is still on for another. Da Lin reports. (10-18-20)
Kerith The Golden Retriever Comforts Firefighters Battling Woodward Fire In Marin CountyKerith, a two-year-old golden retriever, has been provided much needed comfort to weary firefighters battling the Woodward Fire in Marin County. (8/26/20)
New Breed of Counselors Helps Pet Owners Deal With LossThe pandemic has increased the need for counselors who can help people mourning the loss of their pets. Sharon Chin reports. (8-17-20)
Maserati Hit-and-Run Victim Speaks OutA man who was struck and whose beloved dog was killed by a Maserati hit-and-run driver in Boyes Hot Springs is speaking about his pain -- both physical and emotional. Da Lin reports. (6-5-20)
San Jose Woman Jogging Near Homeless Camp Attacked by Pit BullsKPIX 5's Len Ramirez spoke with a woman who fought off a vicious attack by pit bulls from a Coyote Creek homeless camp near the George Shirakawa elementary school parking lot in San Jose. (4-30-20)
Vallejo Official Tosses Cat During Zoom Meeting Then ResignsIn a city of Vallejo Zoom video conference, planning commissioner Chris Platzer appeared to be drinking then picked up his house cat, held it up to the camera, and casually tossed it aside. Now he says he's resigning. (4-26-20)
VIDEO: Rico Suave's 'Birdy' Dancing Workout During COVID-19 Stay At Home OrderGianni from Pleasanton shows us how his feathered friend, 'Rico Suave' stays fit during the coronavirus stay at home orders.
Marin Veterinarian Allays Pet Owners' Fears Amid Coronavirus OutbreakIt is very unlikely the coronavirus can travel from your dog or cat, even if you get COVID-19.
Pit Bulls Attack Man and Dog on Street in NovatoA frightening attack by two pit bulls in Novato left a family pet seriously injured. Andrea Nakano reports. (1-31-20)
California Closer To Becoming A ‘No Kill’ State Ending Euthanasia Of Adoptable PetsGovernor Newsom's proposed budget includes money to begin the process of ending euthanasia of adoptable pets in shelters in California. John Ramos shows us the plan.
Cat Lost in Kincade Fire Found SafeA cat named Benji was thought to have been a victim of the Kincade wildfire but Benji, it turned out, had simply turned in one of his nine lives to become another family's pet named Bakey. Don Ford sorts it all out. (1-16-20)
New Lead In Search For Dog Stolen Outside San Francisco Grocery StoreA new lead in the search for a dog stolen right outside a grocery store in San Francisco's Bernal Heights neighborhood. Don Ford reports. (12/19/19)
Pet Owners Urged to Vaccinate Animals Against DistemperA potential threat to Bay Area pets is spreading rapidly among wild animals. Don Ford reports. (12-13-19)
24 Dogs Recovered From Stolen Transport Van May Not See Owners For DaysA pet transport van that was stolen Monday morning with two dozen rescue dogs inside has been recovered by police in Oakland, but the animals may not be released to their owners for days. Maria Medina reports. (12-9-2019)
Pet of the Week: Pinecrest Needs a New HomeFor information on how you can adopt Pinecrest (or another deserving pet) go to: EastBaySPCA.org
Pets Go Missing As Hungry Coyotes Linger In San Jose NeighborhoodThe Cambrian Park neighborhood in San Jose is dealing with countless coyote sightings and discovering their pets are going missing, but they’re learning all they can do is wait for the coyotes to move on. Maria Medina reports. (12-3-2019)

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